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Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
In three weeks, Marylanders will decide whether to legalize same sex marriage. It's a referendum being watched around the country. We talk with two reporters about strategists...and money... coming into the state.
Today is ‘Ada Lovelace Day,’ a day that recognizes women working in science, technology, engineering, and math. We talk with Penny Rheingans, director of the Center for Women in Technology at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County, about how to draw more women into tech.
No, it's Mike Birbiglia! You've heard the comedian on This American Life--now you can see him on screen in his new film Sleepwalk with Me--and on stage in his new show My Girlfriend's Boyfriend. Tom Hall talks with him about the transfer from the stage to the airwaves to the silver screen.
Not the stock exchange--the one being developed for health insurance. Maryland is busy building an online marketplace where people could choose from different options--a “health benefit exchange.” We talk about the progress the state is making with Jay Hancock, and with outgoing Howard County health secretary Peter Beilenson, who's co-op will be competing on the exchange.
When you think therapy, you may not think plants--but Cate Murphy does. She's the founder of Talmar Gardens in Baltimore County, which focuses on providing horticultural therapy for people with both mental and physical illnesses.
The social media profiles of millenials are full of adoration for old school products and lifestyles--gardening, fixed gear bicycles...cassette tapes?! We go analog with our social media gurus Nathan Jurgenson and P.J. Rey and try and figure out why the high-tech generation has gone low-tech.
“The Lines Between Us” series continues, with a look at neighborhood diversity. Edmondson Village in the 60s, Patterson Park in the 90s--how neighborhoods change in racial and class demographics.
Tom Hall talks with clergy from a white church and a black church who are joining forces to create racial reconcilation and extend "a radical welcome."